That day, photographers from the Haytham Pictures Agency also mobilized for the Republican march organized in Paris, setting up two photo studios in the street near the Place de la République, managing to take over a hundred portraits of the demonstrators within a few hours. That was on January 11th, 2015. In response to the attacks against the editors of Charlie Hebdo, nearly 4 million demonstrators marched in France in defense of the freedom of the press and the freedom of expression.
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